Thesaurus / pledge


Two days after China’s announcement on export controls, ByteDance issued a contrite pledge to “strictly follow” the new rules.
As lots of companies make pledges and commitments, people fear this will be another hot news cycle, and the conversation about race in corporate America is going to die off.
That’s the question employees inside media companies are starting to ask about their employers’ diversity and inclusion pledges.
Oxford backed off from its open-license pledge after the Gates Foundation urged it to find a big-company partner to get its vaccine to market.
The pledge made last year was for the long term, as the business leaders committed to “the future success of our companies, our communities, and our country.”
It signed five-year agreements with Xcel and Centerpoint Energy and forged a so-called clean power partnership, which leverages the power of public scrutiny over company pledges to help the city meet its greenhouse gas reduction goals.
They want and require a long-term solution to their digital needs — not just voluntary pledges that end in the middle of a pandemic.
His pledge to give away his fortune only got harder as his fortune continued to rise.
That his friend had withdrawn, was a pledge of his pacific wishes; and, with a lightened countenance, Louis rose from his knee.
They accepted baptism as a sort of sacred pledge of friendship and alliance with the French.


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